OMISSIONS

ACKLETON. A township in the parish of Worfield, and in the Bridgnorth division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

ALBRIGHT HUSSEY. A township in the parish of Battlefield, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

ALBRIGHT LEE. A township in the parish of St. Alkmond, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

AIR. See Aston Air, or Eyre.

ALKMERE. See Betton and Alkmere.

ARMOUR HILL. A hill in the hundred of Pimhill. 6 miles north of Shrewsbury.

ASTON. See Chetwynd Aston and Church Aston.

BAGGOT. See Hope Baggot.

BARLOW. See Hopesay, Barlow, etc.

BENNET'S END. A township in the parish of Cainham, and in the Cleobury division of the hundred of Stottesden.

BEOBRIDGE. A township in the parish of Claverley, and in the Bridgnorth division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

BERGHILL. A township in the parish of Whittington, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

BERWICK MAVISTON. A township in the parish of Atcham, and in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

BETCHCOTT. A township in the parish of Smethcot, and in the Condover division of the hundred of Condover.

BETTON and ALKMERE. A township in the parish of St. Chad, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

BLACKMERE. A lake in the hundred of Pimhill. 1 mile southeast of Ellesmere.

BLACKMERE. A lake in the hundred of Bradford, North. 1 mile north- east of Whitchurch.

BLAKEWAY FARM. A township in the parish of Harley, and in the Cound division of the hundred of Condover.

BOATS. See Preston Boats.

BORETON. See Burton, or Boreton.

BRADLEY. See Wyke and Bradley.

BRIDGE. See Isom Bridge.

BROCKTON. A very scattered and extensive township, in the parish of Sutton Maddock, and in the Shiffnall division of the hundred of Brimstrey. In this township lies Harrington, a lordship and estate belonging to Farmer Taylor, Esq., of Chicknall.

BROCKTON. A township in the parish of Longford, and in the Newport division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

BRYNN. A township in the parish of Llanyblodwell, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

BURNELL. See Acton Burnell.

CALCOT. See Bicton and Calcot.

CASTLE. See Hopton Castle, and Sibdon Castle.

CASTLE FOREGATE. A constablewick in the parish of St. Mary, St. Alkmond, and St. Julian, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

CASTLE WARD. A constablewick in the parish of St. Mary, and St. Alkmond, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

CHARLCOTT. See Bold and Charlcott.

CHICKNELL. A township in the parish of Claverley, and in the Bridgnorth division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

CHINA LONGVILLE. A township in the parish of Wistanstow, and in the Stow division of the hundred of Purslow.

CHORLTON. See Charlton.

CLAY, FELTON, and WITBATCH. A township in the parish of Bromfield, and in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow:

COLEHAM. A constablewick in the parishes of Holy Cross, St. Giles, and St. Julian, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

COOLMERE; or COLEMERE. A lake in the hundred of Pimhill. 1 miles south-east of Ellesmere.

CONSTANTINE. See Eaton Constantine.

CORBET. See Moreton Corbet.

COTTON. See Weston Cotton.

CROFT. See Haughton, Croft, etc.

CROSEMERE. A mere or lake in the hundred of Pimhill, 3 miles south- east by south of Ellesmere.

COTTON HILL. A constablewick in the parishes of St. Mary, St. Alkmond, and St. Julian, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

DITTON; or DITTON. A township in the parish of Neen Savage, and in the Cleobury division of the hundred of Stottesden.

DONNINGTON. See Muxton and Donnington.

DRAYTON. A township in the parish of Shiffnall, and in the Shiffnall division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

DRYTON. See Eyton and Dryton.

DUDMASTON. A township in the parish of Quatt, and in the Chelmarsh division of the hundred of Stottesden.

EMSTREY. See Eamstry.

ENGLISH FRANKTON. See Frankton (English.)

EUDON BURNELL. A township in the parish of Chetton, and in the Chelmarsh division of the hundred of Stottesden.

EVAN. See Whitcott Evan.

EYTON and PLOWDEN. See Eaton and Plowden.

FARM. See Blakeway Farm.

FELTON. See West Felton, Clay, Felton, and Witbatch, and Rye, Felton, and Burway.

FERNHILL. A township in the parish of Whittington, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

FENNYMERE. A lake in the hundred of Pimhill. 6 miles southwest of Wem.

FOREGATE. See Abbey Foregate and Castle Foregate.

FOREIGN. See Cleobury Foreign.

FRANKWELL. A constablewick in the parish of St. Chad, and in the borough and liberties of Shrewsbury.

GOBALDS. See Preston Gobalds.

GOMERY. See Lee Gomery.

GREAT BOLAS. See Bolas (Great)

GREEN. See Fauls Green.

GREENHILL. See Elson and Greenhill.

HAGLEY. See Hopton and Hagley.

HALTON. See Prior's Halton.

HALTON; Or HOLTON. See Holton.

HAMLETS. See Condover Hamlets, Stapleton and the Hamlets, East Hamlets, and West Hamlets.

HARRINGTON. A township in the parish of Sutton Maddock, and in the Shiffnall division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

HARDWICK. See Whitcott and Hardwick.

HATTON. See High Hatton.

HAYWOOD. See Eaton and Haywood, and Wall under Haywood.

HAYTON. See Upper Hayton.

HEATH. See Millen Heath.

HENLLE. A township in the parish of Whittington, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

HINWOOD EDGE. A precipitous ridge in the hundred of Ford, 7 miles south-west of Shrewsbury.

HOAK EDGE. A precipitous ridge in the hundred of Stottesden. 6 miles north-east of Ludlow.

HOLDGATE'S FEE. See Steventon and Holdgate's Fee.

HOLTON. See Lady Holton and Hill Holton.

HOMER. See Wigwag, Homer, and part of Harley.

HOPESAY. See Aston in Hopesay.

HOPTON. A township in the parish of Great Ness, and in the Baschurch division of the hundred of Pimhill.

HOPTON. See Monk Hopton.

HORSE HAY. A very considerable ironwork, the principal one of the Colebrookdale Company, and a hamlet in the parish of Dawley, and in the hundred of Bradford, South. It contains at a moderate calculation, 1,000 inhabitants.

HORTON. A township in the parish of Eyton upon the Wild Moors, and in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

HUNNINGTON and EVELITH. A township in the parish of Shiffnall, and in the Shiffnall division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

JAY and BEDSTONE. A township in the parish of Bedstone and in the Stow division of the hundred of Purslow.

JARVIS. See Quat Jarvis

IFTON RHYNN, Upper and Lower. Two townships in the parish, of St. Martin, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

JOHN'S. See St. JOHN'S.

ISSA. See Maesbrook Issa.

KINASTON. See Kynaston.

LEA and OAKLEY. A township in the parish of Bishopscastle, and in the Bishopscastle division of the hundred of Purslow. Here, is the mansion house of Oakley, now a farm house, and the name is transferred to a house lately enlarged, that used to be called Fir Grove, in the same parish, and inhabited by the proprietor, the Rev. Herbert Oakley. Oakley Park is the seat of the Hon. Robert Henry Clive. It was purchased by his father, the late Lord Clive, from the first Lord Powis of that place. In these grounds the scene of Milton's Comus was laid.

LEATON. A township in the parish of Wrockwardine, and in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

LEE. A township in the parish of Ellesmere, and in the Ellesmere division of the hundred of Pimhill.

LEIGH. A township in the parish of Worthen, and in the lower division of the hundred of Chirbury.

LEE. See Albright Lee, Malin's Lee, and Prior's Lee.

LIZARD. See Wooside and Lizard.

LLANFORDA. See Llanvorda.

LITTLE DRAYTON. See Drayton.

LITTLE DAWLEY. See Dawley.

LONGVILLE. See China Longville.

LOWER LEDWITCH. A township in the parish of Bitterley, and in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow.

LULLING FIELD. See Weston Lullingfield.

LYTH. See Little Lyth and Westley.

MADDOCK. See Sutton Maddock.

MARTON POOL. A lake in the hundred of Pimhill. 6 miles south-west of Wem.

MASCOT. See Eaton Mascot.

MAVISTON. See Berwick Maviston.

MENUTTON. See Hobbaris and Menutton.

MEREHOUSE. See Newton and Merehouse.

MIDDLETON PRIORS. A township in the parish of Ditton Priors, and in the franchise of Wenlock.

MILBOROUGH. See Stoke St. Milborough.

MILLICHOPE, Upper and Lower. Two townships in the parish of Eaton under Haywood, and in the franchise of Wenlock. The seat of Thomas Pemberton, Esq.

MONTFORD. See Preston Montford and Dinthill.

MOOR. See Clee Stanton, Clee Downton, and the Moor.

MOOR TOWN. See Cotwall and Moor Town.

MORTIMER. See Cleobury Mortimer.

MOSE. A township in the parish of Quatt, and in the Chelmarsh division of the hundred of Stottesden.

MYTTON. See Fitz, Grafton and Mytton.

NEWTON. See Stokesay and Newton.

NORTH. See Lydbury North, and Cleobury North.

NORTHWOOD. A township in the parish of Ellesmere, and in the Ellesmere division of the hundred of Pimhill.

NORTON. See Bach and Norton,

OAKLEY. See Lea and Oakley.

OSS MERE. A lake in the hundred of Bradford, North. 2 miles north- east of Whitchurch.

PARK. See Black Park, and Kenwick Park.

PENTRYHODRY. A township in the parish of Clun, and in the Clun division of the hundred of Clun.

PIMHILL. A hill in the hundred of Pimhill, 5 miles north of Shrewsbury.

PIGOTT. See Acton Pigott, and Aston Pigott.

PLUSH. A township in the parish of Cardington, and in the upper division of the hundred of Munslow.

POSTON. A township in the parishes of Munslow and Diddlebury, and in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow.

POYNTON. A township in the parish of Ercall Magna, or High Ercall, and in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

PREEN. See Holt Preen.

PRIORS HALTON. A township in the parish of Bromfield, and in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow.

PRIOR'S MIDDLETON. See Middleton Priors.

PULESTONE. A township in the parish of Ercall Magna, or High Ercall, and in the Drayton division of the hundred of Bradford, North.

PULLEY. A township in the parishes of St. Julian, and Meole Brace, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

PURLOGUE. A township in the parish of Clun, and in the Clun division of the hundred of Clun.

QUATT MALVERN. A township in the parish of Quatt, and in the Chelmarsh division of the hundred of Stottesden.

REYNOLD. See Acton Reynold.

RHITTON; or RITTON. A township in the parish of Shelve, and in the lower division of the hundred of Chirbury.

RHYNN. See Ifton Rhynn, and Weston Rhynn.

ROGERS. See Aston Rogers.

ROWTON. See Broom and Rowton.

RYE, FELTON, and BURWAY. A township in the parish of Bromfield, and in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow.

SANDFORD. A township in the parish of West Felton, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

SAVAGE. See Neen Savage.

SCOTT. See Acton Scott.

SCRIVEN. See Middleton Scriven.

SEIFTON. A township in the parish of Culmington, and in the. upper division of the hundred of Munslow.

SELATTYN MOUNTAIN. A slate mountain in the hundred of Oswestry, 6 miles north-west of Oswestry.

SHEET. A township in the parish of Ludford, and in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow.

SHELTON and OXON. A township in the parishes of St. Chad, and St. Julian, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

SHORTHILL. See Arscott and Shorthill.

SNAILBATCH MINES. In the hundred of Ford, 10 miles southwest of Shrewsbury.

SOLARS. See Neen Solars.

STANFORD. A township in the parish of Edgmond, and in the Newport division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

STANTON. A township in the pariah of Shiffnall, and in the Shiffnall division of the hundred of Brimstry.

STIRCHLEY. See Sturchley.

STOKE. A township in the parish of Burford, and in the hundred of Overs.

STONE WARD. A constablewick in the parishes of St. Julian, St. Chad, and St. Alkmond, and in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

SUTTON. See Lawton and Little Sutton.

SUTTON. A township in the parish of Drayton, and in the Drayton division of the hundred of Bradford, North.

SUTTON. A township in the parish of Chelmarsh, and in the Chelmarsh division of the hundred of Stottesden.

TERN. A township in the parish of Ercall Magna, or High Ercall, and in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

TREFNANT. A township in the parish of Alberbury, and in the Ford division of the hundred of Ford.

UCHA. See Maesbrook Ucha.

WAFERS. See Hopton Wafers.

WALKERSROW. See Wrickton and Walkersrow.

WALTON. A township in the parish of Wenlock, and in the franchise of Wenlock.

WALTON. A township in the parish of Stottesden, and in the Cleobury division of the hundred of Stottesden.

WARD. See Castle Ward, Stone Ward, and Welsh Ward.

WATTLESBOROUGH (part of) A township in the parish of Alberbury, and in the Ford division of the hundred of Ford.

WELBATCH. See Whitley and Welbach.

WELSH FRANKTON. See Frankton (Welsh.)

WELSHHAMPTON WOOD. A township in the parish of Ellesmere, and in the Ellesmere division of the hundred of Pimhill.

WELSH WARD. A constablewick in the parish of St. Chad, and is the liberties of Shrewsbury.

WESTON COTTON. A township in the parish of Oswestry, and in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

WHITTINGSLOW. A township in the parish of Wistanstow, and in the upper division of the hundred of Munslow.

WILD MOORS. See Eyton upon the Wild Moors, and Preston upon the Wild Moors.

WITBATCH. See Clay, Felton, and Witbatch.

WOODLANDS. See Styche and Woodlands.

WYKE. A township in the parish of Shiffnall, and in the Shiffnall division of the hundred of Brimstrey.

YEO EDGE. A precipitous ridge in the hundred of Munslow, 6 piles north-west of Ludlow.

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